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Overload? Hi, I recently get an "OVERLOAD" blinking message for a few seconds and than the receiver shuts down. Any ides what the problem is? Thanks, Eran

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  • erans Oct 06, 2007

    Hi,

    I found the problem shortly after my post.
    One of the speakers cord was disconnected and shorted. The problem disappeared once I reconnected the speaker.

    Thanks

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I was recently on the Pioneer site researching this receiver. They just happen to have a few suggestions for trouble shooting this particular problem. I think you have to have cookies enabled to view this link. Hope it helps ya. http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pna/v3/pg/support/knowledgebase/0,,2076_310069579,00.html

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